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Saudi Arabia set to host three of next five Italian Super Cups

MILAN -- Saudi Arabia will host three of the next five Italian Super Cups, the league announced on Wednesday.

The Italian league said that the first match of the series will be held between Jan. 12 and 16 featuring Serie A champion Juventus against Coppa Italia finalist AC Milan.

Serie A said it agreed to a deal with Saudi Arabia's General Sports Authority (GSA), a governing body that oversees sports in the country.

The match usually features the Serie A champion against the Coppa Italia winner,...

Donnarumma's Coppa Italia mess raises fresh questions about his future

Donnarumma's awful game in Wednesday's Coppa Italia final will require every ounce of composure to move beyond.

Gianluigi Donnarumma looked like he was trying to hold back the tears. Milan captain Leonardo Bonucci and back-up goalkeeper Marco Storari immediately sought him out at the full-time whistle; clearly the two of them felt their teammate needed some consoling. Wednesday's Coppa Italia final will probably go down as the worst night of Donnarumma's young career. Not only did Milan lose 4-0, a result Rino Gattuso considered "a lie," but in four second-half minutes Donnarumma made two costly mistakes...

 By Mina Rzouki

Massimiliano Allegri a perfect 10 in guiding Juventus to Coppa Italia crown

For the fourth consecutive season, Juventus have won the Coppa Italia, defeating Milan 4-0 in a sublime show of strength.

In truth, this wasn't a Juventus side that controlled and dominated proceedings. Held at bay by a Milan side that played reasonably well for 56 minutes, the eventual errors committed by Gennaro Gattuso's young squad gifted Juve the chances they needed to win.

Juventus are masters at exploiting errors and making the most of opportunities handed to them, and they rarely allow the...

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Juventus boss Max Allegri storms out of interview after Coppa Italia triumph

Massimiliano Allegri is raised aloft by the players after Juventus beat AC Milan in the Coppa Italia final.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri celebrates after the Coppa win.

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri walked out of his postgame television interview in anger despite his side's 4-0 victory over AC Milan in the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday.

Allegri watched his side pull away with four second-half goals to win the trophy for the fourth straight season, while they can also win a seventh straight Scudetto by securing the Serie A title this weekend.

But the night ended on a sour note after Allegri was asked by Rai Sport if this could be the end of an era with...

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Gianluigi Donnarumma, Suso fall short on the big stage again vs. Juventus

It was a rough day all-round for Milan who unravelled in the second half vs. Juventus.
After a good 45 minutes, Milan came undone during a disastrous eight-minute stretch during the second half.

AC Milan suffered a heavy 4-0 defeat in the Coppa Italia final to Juventus in Rome on Wednesday night as they fell short of claiming silverware this season. Medhi Benatia scored twice either side of Douglas Costa strike while Nikola Kalinic put one into his own net late as the cup holders sealed a comprehensive win.

Positives

Milan looked compact, organised and a threat themselves in the opening 45 minutes, and that was followed by a bright start after the interval. Their lack of elite quality...